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around the world, as i was saying, we have heard from just people on the street, in israel, china, as far afield as china, people expressing deep sorrow about what they have seen and heard. you saw there pictures of the pope during mass this morning, speaking about his grief over what has happened. the queen has sent messages. and so, too alex, places where they have seen similar tragedies. so for example, in the scottish town of dunblane, there was a school shooting in 1996, they sent messages to sanly, one father saying what got him through the first few hours of the day was keeping his family close around him. >> nbc's keir sim. i apologize for our technical difficulties, we will see you next time, thanks. >>> the outpouring of support for the shooting victims including fund raising n newtown, an ad hoc group calling themselves santas for sandy hook set up a table asking for donation. they said they needed to do something for help. >> we are all here for them. like, if they need anything. the whole community has their backs. like we'll do anything for them. >> those proceeds will be gi
to see the way the media has come here from china, from japan, from canada, from russia. when i first came on the scene i actually heard more people speaking foreign languages than i heard english. so this is something that people are struggling to understand. but of course, no more so than in this community that woke up this morning to a completely changed way of life. nobody ever obviously expects this to happen. but so close to christmas, so many people, considering this a time of celebration and the young, the young young people who were 20 of the victims here >> yes. and i think that is what has resonated throughout the world. you mention all the international reaction. i'm looking at a number of things to include, the most recent communique from the yemeni president to president obama expressing his condolences. so truly all corners of the world have been touched by this tragedy. chris jansing, many thanks. >> thanks, alex. >>> earlier this morning i spoke with monsignor robert weiss. he tells us what the parents's lives are like now. >> it's unimaginable, the grief that these p
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